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SRP. 2021; 12(1): 488-493


CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH INTEGRATED FOSTERED POST ACTIVITIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT MODEL OF LEADERSHIP INNOVATION

Sri Diana, Marjono, Bagyo Yanuwiadi, Romy Hermawan.

Abstract
Leaders are initiators, triggers and dynamics of an organization or group. So, the success of a group or organization depends on the ability of the leader to take advantage of the resources in it. Currently many are looking for leaders who not only demonstrate the standard of competence required by leaders. However, they prefer to follow leaders with character, integrity, existence, and judgment ability. This research aims to determine the development model of leadership innovation and character building for the students of Wira Yudha Sakti Nusantara Vocational High School, Lumajang Regency, East Java. The methods used are Enjoyfull Learning and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Based on the observation results at the research location with the Enjoyful Learning approach, it was found that schools that played a role in the process of forming and preparing for the implementation of integrated fostered post (posbindu) in non-communicable diseases (PTM) are students assisted by teachers/educators. Based on the results of the analysis using SEM, it can be concluded that there is a direct relationship between the variables of School Management and Leadership Innovation on the Character of Students and Adiwiyata School. There is an indirect relationship between Leadership Innovation at Adiwiyata School through intervening variable of Students Character. This shows that in making Adiwiyata School it is necessary to mold the character of students first.

Key words: Leadership Innovation, Students Character, Enjoyfull Learning, and Structural Equation Modeling



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